The last time we got to spend time with the To Your Eternity anime was way back during the Spring 2021 season, and it’s finally time for the adventure to continue. Fushi is back for more along with some fresh faces, and you can check it out as part of the Crunchyroll Fall 2022 Lineup starting today. You can also learn more about who’s working on it and what it’s all about in our full spotlight below!
Launch Time: October 23
Territories: North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS
In the beginning, an “orb” is cast unto Earth. “It” can do two things: change into the form of the thing that stimulates “it”; and come back to life after death. “It” morphs from orb to rock, then to wolf, and finally to boy, but roams about like a newborn who knows nothing. As a boy, “it” becomes Fushi. Through encounters with human kindness, Fushi not only gains survival skills, but grows as a “person”. But his journey is darkened by the inexplicable and destructive enemy Nokker, as well as cruel partings with the people he loves.
VA: Reiji Kawashima (Patrick/Ricky in SHADOWS HOUSE)
VA: Kenjiro Tsuda (Hannes in Attack on Titan)
VA: Tomori Kusunoki (Setsuna Yuki in Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club)
VA: Mitsuki Saiga (Rossiu Adai in Gurren Lagann)
Bonchien Nicoli la Tasty Peach Uralis
VA: Takehito Koyasu (Ojisan in Uncle From Another World)
Shinzo Fujita (Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children)
Koji Yabuno (Naruto Shippuden: Blood Prison)
Shigenori Takada (Naruto)
Takeshi Takadera (Yowamushi Pedal)
Ryo Kawasaki (Fate/Grand Order -Absolute Demonic Front-)
Opening Theme Performer
Hikaru Utada – “PINK BLOOD”
Ending Theme Performer
Masashi Hamauzu – “Roots”
While J-pop superstar Hikaru Utada has performed themes for big name games like the Kingdom Hearts series and movies like the recent Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, the first season of To Your Eternity marked the artist’s first time performing a theme for a TV anime. In terms of OPs, this one was “so nice they used it twice,” because you’ll be able to hear it at the start of season two episodes, as well.
It’s never not a good time to share the music video: